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ASUS GeForce GTX 960 Strix review

A lot of the tech media attention goes towards the high end cards of the world. When the GTX 980 launched, it wowed gamers with its combination of excellent performance combined with relatively low power consumption, thermals and acoustics. If the Maxwell architecture could do this with larger GM204 chips,

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Power SuppliesReviews

FSP AURUM PT-1000FM PSU Review

Better known for its high-volume OEM manufacturing business, FSP has achieved appreciable success with its AURUM series of PC power supplies. Built around FSP's proprietary controller, the AURUM series has a reputation amongst PC enthusiasts for being no-frills and fairly-priced; without compromise of efficiency, or reliability. Much of the AURUM

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ASUS Strix GeForce GTX 970 Review

Without a doubt, the much-publicized memory addressing issue in the NVIDIA GTX 970 put a couple of dents its sales. Even so, the somewhat-flawed GTX 970 remains excellent value for the PC-everygamer.Part of the reason is that the vast majority of GTX 970 products on the market are not made

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Mouse and PadReviews

ASUS ROG Gladius Gaming Mouse Review

Before we introduce the Gladius, let's take at look at some of ASUS' other competitive gaming mice. At the entry level, we have the GX900 with its unique grip. Do not be surprised if the gaming experience is less than stellar, since beneath the package lies a rather ordinary, run-of-the-mill

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ASUS Crossblade Ranger FM2+ A88X Review

ASUS is looking for redemption on the AMD FM2+ platform. Does it bring the spotlight back onto AMD APU platforms? Let's find out. [gallery ids="83254,83255,83261"] (Pictures used from ASUS with permission) It may seem like a real shame that there hasn't been a ROG-themed motherboard, but ASUS didn't think they were

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Synology DS215j NAS Review

Introduction & Specifications Today we are reviewing Synology’s latest NAS, the DS215j. The DS215j is a home user oriented model and receives some welcome upgrades over its predecessor including a dual core ARM9 processor and USB3.0 support. It fully utilizes the latest features of the Disk Station Manager 5.1 software.

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